Go Pink Mystery Bus Tour

By October 22, 2022Fundraising, Recent
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Ipswich Quota members raised $1,500 from their Go Pink Mystery Bus Tour and donated the proceeds to the Ipswich Hospital Foundation’s Go Pink campaign, which funds breast cancer care in the West Moreton region.

Janette Adams, a member of Ipswich Quota said that 61 people attended the Go Pink Mystery Bus Tour last Saturday. The tour included a “pink” morning tea at Harrisville and a winery visit and shopping at Boonah.

Mrs. Adams said, “What a great way to spend a dismal rainy day and support the local charity! The wet weather meant a couple of stops couldn’t happen, but a great day was had by everyone.”

Support is still needed for local breast cancer patients and choosing to ‘Go Pink’ with the Hospital Foundation is a great way to show support locally during Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October).

Scott Young, CEO of IHF said, “We’re encouraging our community to ‘Go Pink’ with the Hospital Foundation this Breast Cancer Awareness Month to fund breast cancer care at West Moreton Health.”

“We need the support of our community and local businesses more than ever to raise much-needed funds for breast cancer care in our community.”

“With your support, we can make a local difference to the care of breast cancer patients in our community.”

“There are so many ways you can ‘Go Pink’ and make a local difference; like attending one of the many Go Pink Events, holding your own event like Ipswich Quota or simply donating online,” Mr Young said.

To Go Pink with the Hospital Foundation this Breast Cancer Awareness Month, visit https://go-pink.ihfoundation.org.au/ or phone 1300 736 428 to learn more, donate, attend an event, volunteer, purchase merchandise and more!